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A stylish villa complex for discerning travelers that is strategically located in the heart of Seminyak. It is within close walking distance to some of the most cosmopolitan dining and shopping venues that the island of Bali has to offer.
The main entrance into the property is an interesting contrast that suggests the element of surprise. A modern reception area and adjacent cardio workout room is orientated towards a traditional Balinese rice barn.
The five individual villa compounds face a long stretch of manicured lawn studded with a handful of coconut palms. This provides an ideal environment for outdoor gatherings such as a private wedding or garden party.
A property that celebrates the spirit of tropical living, Four@Drupadi showcases five unique design concepts enveloped within a secluded compound complete with a private pool. Each villa takes on the theme from a different region around the world that is recognized for its strength, character and cultural identity. The four villa categories are named Yuubi, Pyaar, Amore, Cinta and Damou – each means love which is the universal language for life itself.
Amore, this modern white distinctive home has a large garden and sleek furniture representing the lifestyle that meets the needs of the fun loving individual. Amore, european for love, has two well appointed bed rooms.
Amore is two-bedroom villa ensconced within the walls of a tropical compound to provide a welcome escape from the hedonistic pace of city living. It is a retreat that defines contemporary European design with its pure white décor creating a blank canvas for sporadic splays of vibrant colour.
Amore is accessed via an unassuming gateway that opens wide to reveal a modern interpretation of a decorative Balinese stone inlaid wall, which is locally believed to be a source of protection to deter spirits. The villa beyond is a two-storey structure with an abundance of full length doors and windows that seamlessly bring elements of the green garden inside.
An ultra sophisticated living cum dining space is located on the ground floor and also incorporates a spotless kitchen alcove. This comes in handy for guests who prefer to maintain their own dietary regime or to stock up on snacks and cold beverages for poolside consumption. Unusual light fixtures, multiple ceramic vases, and aesthetic artworks bring a personal touch into this predominantly white environment. During the day this entire area is bathed in natural lighting that filters through a glass skylight. But as evening descends it also captures the inky darkness of the star studded night sky.
Sanctuary for the Senses
The master bedroom is a sanctuary for the senses and follows the same bold décor of blue accents upon a white backdrop. A comfortable bed sits slightly below a unique glass panel structure that is lit at nightfall for a soft glowing effect. Ample wardrobe space is discreetly tucked out of the way and a luxury en-suite bathroom features a separate tub and outdoor shower recess.
An inconspicuous stairwell leads up to the second storey where there is a cosy niche beneath an elevated ceiling for optimal air circulation. A built-in bench seat is covered in coloured scatter cushions and at the opposite end is a low opium table rested upon a cowhide rug and a quirky light fixture.
The second bedroom is a tranquil space that evokes nights of restful slumber. A four poster bed with mosquito netting and crisp white linen lends itself to moments of intimacy, while the modern en-suite bathroom ensures that every bathing ritual is one of spa styled indulgence.
Outside a garden of blossoming flora and native greenery provides an obvious contrast to the minimalist lines of the villa. The pool is edged in creamy white stone pavers with a Grecian styled water feature sprouting a continuous flow into the shallow end. It is an area to lie back, relax and feel the penetrating warmth of the sun.
Your balinese home is affectionately called Cinta, the Indonesia word for love. This three bedroom dual level home has great character and taste with extraordinarily beautiful interior works. Cinta also has its own billiard room.
Cinta is a stylish three-bedroom villa that embodies Bali’s cultural traditions and artistic legacy. Secluded within its own tropical compound, Cinta is a restful retreat for travellers to enjoy quality time out from the demands of modern living.
Access into the villa is via a private entrance that reveals the sound of water gently flowing into a lily pond. The open-plan living area is filled with sunlight and the sounds of nature. It is a place to wind down and appreciate the blessing of each new day.
A kitchen alcove filled with all necessary equipment and tableware is discreetly tucked away in a far corner. The dining table, which is literally a solid chuck of polished timber, is a social gathering point and lends itself to long evenings of social interaction with good food, conversation and chilled bottles of wine. A pair of intricately wood carved guardian statues watches over this setting with hands clasped as a gesture of warm hospitality. In another corner is a unique daybed positioned to overlook the serenity of the pond. Its cushions are covered in Bali’s signature black and white chequered cloth that symbolises the balance between the physical and unseen worlds.
The downstairs living area is a comfortable setting facing the swimming pool with locally handcrafted chairs and other visually appealing aesthetic pieces and artefacts. Here the ceiling cuts away to a mezzanine setting where a wrap-around traditional painting draws the eyes upwards. The delicate beauty of this kamasan style of artistry, which can also be seen in the 17th century Hall of Justice in Klungkung regency, adds a vibrant touch of colour.
Damou, meaning be love in the Creole language, is the latest addition to the Four@ Drupadi complex. Moving away from the concept of villa accommodation, Damou is a contemporary styled loft positioned above a café cum lounge facility and accessed via a timber staircase.
Elevated Outdoor Setting
Elevated to capture views over a tropically landscaped garden, Damou comes with its own outdoor environment. A decent sized swimming pool is edged by a timber sundeck featuring a colourfully cushioned sofa shaded by a giant umbrella.
Separate Living Space
Structurally, the loft is divided into two distinct spaces for optimal comfort. The living area has contemporary built-in storage units to house a home entertainment system on one wall and kitchen amenities on the other. A glass topped table for two can be set for breakfast and also doubles as a desk. A comfortable sofa in a shade of warm grey provides a cosy niche to sit and unwind.
The bedroom is a modern sanctuary where unpolished wooden floors, white walls and a customised bed give the room a refreshing edge. A strategically placed sofa in rich purple adds a vibrant accent of colour to an otherwise clean line décor. The bed faces a large picture window that bathes the room in natural sunlight and slides open for direct access into the pool.
An open-plan bathroom facility integrates neatly into the bedroom. The island-style vanity is equipped with twin wash basins while the shower and toilet are both enclosed within frosted glass cubicles.
Visually, Damou takes on a look that is pure tropical chic. White-washed furnishings are made from sustainable timber and the only artworks lining the walls is a collection of framed photos depicting various legends of film and music.
Pyaar, the India word for love a three bedroom home with an exotic Indian theme fit for a Maharajah. The picturesque hall is created by interior designer, Melati Danes. The entrance is a work of art with a traditional Indian touch. The reflection pool is adorned with an Indian designed water feature and specially treated walls to make Pyaar your Indian home in Bali.
Designed to recreate the comfort and welcoming ambience of an Indian home, Pyaar is a well appointed three-bedroom villa retreat nestled within a private garden compound. It is a vibrant setting that nurtures the senses through the use of colour and decorative pieces that give insight into India’s timeless cultural heritage.
The ideal holiday base in Bali for a family travelling with children or a small group of friends, Pyaar offers modern conveniences to enhance every stay. A tasteful living area has been created for long evenings of social interaction. An old fashioned chaise lounge in rich red fabric with textured cushions is an interesting contrast against walls of soft yellow. While the focal point of the entire room is a swinging love seat that was once customary for couples to sit upon during the pageantry of a traditional Indian wedding. Exotic drums in different sizes and other aesthetic treasures are scattered around to add visual appeal.
Our Japanese inspired home is called Yuubi which relates to the word “LOVE”. Yuubi has two bedrooms and is designed with traditional authentic Japanese decor and garden In the pool area, Yuubi has an “ONSEN”, a traditional Japanese hot bath tub.
Nestled within a secured garden compound, Yuubi is a well appointed two-bedroom villa that offers sanctuary from the complications and stress of the outside world. Inspired by the Japanese flair for aesthetic harmony, it is a place to restore depleted energy levels and attain personal balance.
Feast for the Senses
Yuubi provides a feast for the senses with its mood enhancing interior. The living cum dining environment displays dark timber furnishings complemented by rich red cushions and ikebana styled flora arrangements. A kitchen alcove, with a bamboo inlaid breakfast bar, features all necessary appliances to prepare healthy snacks or entertain small social gatherings of friends.
The ground floor master bedroom is a private suite that exudes calm for quiet moments alone. Rattan blinds, drawn closed as protection from the intense heat of the day, permit individual rays of sunlight to gently spill across the futon bed. It is an uncomplicated setting that addresses all needs for personal comfort. An indulging spa styled bathroom has been designed to incorporate double vanity space, an outdoor shower and generous bathtub. A signature range of bathroom amenities and scented candles add a touch of unexpected luxury.
Yuubi’s second storey overlooks an enchanting Japanese rooftop garden with white pebbles and potted bonsai shrubs. A separate lounge area with a cane sofa is the perfect spot to laze the afternoon away and catch up on some holiday reading. While a low table setting upon Tatami matting can be used to play card games or serve afternoon tea.
The spare bedroom has also been designed as a private adult retreat. An oversized canopied bed made from chunky lengths of polished bamboo is adorned with plump cushions and freshly laundered linen. A discreetly hidden dressing area with ample storage space leads into the en-suite bathroom, which exposes contrasting black and stone work.
The garden and pool environment fully embraces the concept of healthy outdoor living. Native flora has been kept to a bare minimum to create a peaceful zen-like ambience. Long strips of bamboo have been used to heighten the outer boundary walls of the villa and enhance overall privacy. Matching sun-loungers are positioned in a far corner beneath the willowy shade of a local evergreen.
Children and extra beds
- DVD Player
- Ensuite Bathroom
- Hot Water
- Phone Line
- Safe deposite box
- Spa Room
- Staff Room
- Swimming Pool
- TV/Satelite TV
Seminyak - Bali
Seminyak – Bali
|Type of Bedroom||Low Season Price||High Season Price||Peak Season Price|
|Villa Amore – 2 bedroom/night||USD 320++||USD 425++||USD 550++|
|Villa Cinta - 3 bedrooom/night||USD 395++||USD 520++||USD 645++|
|Villa Damou – 1 bedroom /night||USD 220++||USD 345++||USD 470++|
|Villa Pyaar – 2 bedrooom/night||USD 300++||USD 425++||USD 550++|
|Villa Yuubi – 2 bedroom/night||USD 300++||USD 425++||USD 550++|
|Serene Palm 1 & 2 - 3 bedroom/night||USD 400++||USD 470++||USD 470++|
|Serene Cendana – 3 bedroom/night||USD 450++||USD 525++||USD 525++|